Friday, May 27, 2011

Fantastic Foodie Fridays ... Aloha Pizza

Tonight's  Recipe came straight from our Pampered Chef party.  Aloha Pizza.  Just so you know a little more about our party tonight, please read below.

Our party tonight was a fundraiser to benefit the Susan G. Komen 3-day walk! My Pampered Chef consultant will donate 20% of the sales of my show for the SGK cause! She's challenged me to a $1000 show and I'm steppin' up to the challenge! Come over, eat, have a good time and shop for the cause! If you couldn't make it to the party, you may still place your order online until Monday the 30th.  You will find the the web address is posted at the bottom of the page for your convenience. - click shop online and when prompted enter Malinda Humes as the host name and Sunny Sneary as the co-host of this party, either name is fine.  The month of May features the Pampered Chef 2011 WHIP CANCER products - exclusive pink products available only in May and the purchase of each one will donate $1 to the American Cancer Society. Spend $60 or more and you'll earn the Whip Cancer coupon holder - earning this product ALSO donates $1 to the ASC. It's a win/win.  Also check out our Father's Day special - Grilling apron, BBQ turner (it even has a bottle opener on it!!!) and the smoky BBQ rub for $29. Happy shopping and hopefully together we will take one step closer to WHIP CANCER!!! 


 1  Package of pizza dough  (we made ours in the bread machine )
 1/2 Tsp  added to the pizza dough of Italian Seasoning ( Pampered Chef )
 1 cooked Chicken Breast  ( Diced )
 2 Cups of Mozzarella Cheese
 1 Whole Pineapple  ( We ate about 1/4 while talking and making the pizza )
 3 to 4 stalks of Green Onions  ( White part cut into slices & the green part 
     cut into slivers, long ways)
 1  Bottle of Teriyaki Sauce ( Pampered Chef )
 2  Cloves of Garlic
 2  TB of Olive Oil

We used our Large bar pan ( stone wear ), added a touch of olive oil to the bottom of the pan.  Then taking the dough we spread it all over the pan using the ( baker's roller ) which I might add is pretty handy.   After rolling the dough out we spread olive oil and the garlic (that we crushed in the garlic press) brushed it all over the pizza using a silicone brush.  Once we were done with that we used the brush again to spread some of the Teriyaki sauce all over the bottom of the pizza.  Then we took the mozzarella cheese and spread that all over the pizza.   After that we took the chicken and tossed it over the top of the pizza.  We then placed the pizza into the oven set at 400 degrees, for about 20 minutes.  We then took out the pizza,  put our fresh pineapple and whites of the green onion over the top with some slivers of green onion stalk as beautiful tasty garnish.  A little more sauce sprinkled over the top and there you have it.  One of the best tasting on the light side of pizza, Pizza's!  

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